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They’re currently gearing up for their performance at this month’s BRIT Awards, but it seems Little Mix are already thinking about their next move.

Perrie Edwards joined bandmates Jesy Nelson, Leigh-Anne Pinnock and Jade Thirlwall for an appearance on BBC Radio 2 this morning – and it wasn’t long before the topic of the Spice Girls came up.


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‘So, bigger than the Spice Girls – this is massive!’ host Zoe Ball commented, before asking: ‘Can we see a Mixworld, you know, a movie? Would there be?’

‘We spoke about this the other day didn’t we?!’ one of the girls exclaimed, before Perrie added: ‘We were literally talking about what it would be like because I feel like back then cause obviously they were acting and stuff in theirs, it was like a funny sketchy kind of fun thing.

‘Whereas I think if we did that, people would be like, “what are you doing?” It wouldn’t work,’ the 25-year-old continued.

She then teased fans and added: ‘I think we’d more likely do a really gritty warts-and-all documentary.’

‘Ohhhhhhh right,’ Zoe replied, before Perrie said: ‘Honestly, I feel like if you knew our lives inside out, you’d think that’s not real – like stuff happens to us that just… it’s really bizarre.’

Leigh-Anne, 27, then chipped in: ‘And it’s annoying because a lot of the stuff that has happened, we haven’t got on camera, it’s like gold!’

Meanwhile, it’s been reported that Jesy, 27, has split from Love Island star Chris Hughes – just weeks after they were spotted snogging in a kebab shop.

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An insider claims that Jesy was left concerned that the reality star was ‘using her for fame’, explaining: ‘Chris has been upset by the break-up.’

Speaking to The Sun, they added: ‘But Jesy has explained that she needs to protect herself and her career – and taking their romance any further was proving a massive risk.’